Securing a candidate a job interview is just one of the hurdles recruiters have to face. From getting them in front of the right employer, to briefing them on the company and the job role, there are many factors that come into play to help get a jobseeker their dream role.
While this may be the case, another question recruiters have to face is ‘how long will their candidate last in their new role?’. If a new employee drops out after just a few weeks because they do not enjoy the position or dislike the company culture, this will likely reflect badly on the recruiter as the employer will expect them to have briefed the applicant thoroughly on their responsibilities beforehand and what the company is like to work for.
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